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Where is the phrase if music doth sooth the savage beast play on from?

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Can Bernadette Peters play trumpet?

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In 'Coming to America' how much were the earrings that Akim gave to Lisa McDowell?

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Which group of events is the correct order etruscans control rome Romans with battle of zama Romans destroy Carthage roman republic established?

According to the fashionable theory the Etruscans conquered or dominated Rome 6th Century BCE, in the later period of the Roman monarchy. However, this is just that; a theory. It has been challenged. It is based on very flimsy evidence and on unproven assumptions. There is no historical record of this happening. The Roman Republic was established 509 BCE, which, according to the theory, occurred when the Etruscans were expelled from Rome. The battle of Zama was in 202 BCE. The Romans destroyed Carthage 146 BCE.

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Which ancient people lived close to the early Romans and provided them with some of the early kings?

According to the fashionable theory, the Etruscans conquered Rome and provided the last three kings of the seven kings of the Roman monarchy. However, this theory has been challenged. It is based on flimsy evidence and on unproven assumptions.

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Who dominated the northern portion of the Italian peninsula and influenced Roman attire and their urban culture?

The Etruscans, whose heartland was Etruria (land of the Etruscans), in present day Tuscany in the western part of central Italy, originally also controlled part of northern Italy, along the lower River Po. However, they then lost this area to an invasion by the Gauls. By the time of the Romans it was already a Gaul area. The Etruscans had already become confined to Tuscany.

Who ruled the Italian peninsula before the Romans took over in 509 BC?

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Why do people call it roman numerals when the etruscans invented it?

It is thought (but not proved) the Roman numeral system evolved from the Etruscan tally stick method of counting. While the Etruscans may well have invented it, it was the Romans who developed it into the notation we are familiar with today. And since their empire vastly surpassed that of the Etruscans, to the victor go the spoils. However it's just as likely they developed the system independently. Tally sticks are found in many cultures, with some similarity to the Etruscan method. That doesn't mean they are all based on the Etruscan system; the Etruscans may well have "borrowed" the system from elsewhere for all we know.

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Is doesn't falls correct English?

No, it is not. However, the correct version to say this would be "Doesn't fall."